Asking Price: $11,000
- Year: 1993
- Maker/Trim/Model: Winnebago Warrior
- Length: 21 FT
- Odometer: 42K
- Drivetrain: V6 Auto
- State/Region: New York
- City/Area: West Chazy
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21′ Winnebago Warrior camper 1993
Second owners (originally owned by my in-laws), always well maintained
Engine/drivetrain: Toyota V6 automatic ~42,000 miles
Engine: very good condition; the only shortcoming is a noisy exhaust system due to rust. Camper passes inspection due to it being exempt from new emissions standards.
Tires: New last year, ~500 miles use
Body: good condition; some paint/decal wear. A few spots were caulked (see pictures). A small piece broken off license plate light cover. New bathroom vent cover. No leaks!
Interior: very good condition; propane stove and AC work; heater has not been tested. Refrigerator DOES NOT work. We priced replacement (Dometic brand) at $1000 and chose not to invest the money at this time, but use it as a cooler; it holds temperature well with ice. Upholstery, cushions etc all original, very good condition. Has a queen size mattress + extra pad (you can take it or leave it), but we also have the original cushion for the sleeping area above the cab. Dinette converts into bed (small); couch folds out into another bed. Lots of storage cabinets above and some below the dinette seats.
Water/plumbing system: can connect to hose (pressure from faucet) or fill tank and use pump to pressurize the system. We usually have to run the pump before each use if we are not connected to a water line. Has propane hot water heater (see picture) but we have not used this since we got the camper, so don’t know if it works. Has shower (works but we don’t use it), sinks (both work; kitchen faucet leaks a little water at its base when in use). Toilet/septic works fine. Including 1 short and 1 long (new; 20′) sewer hose.
Electric: New battery (engine); battery for camper cabin is old, does not hold charge well. It will charge up during drives or when camper is connected to AC power but drains in a couple of days. Lights work; AC works (need 120V AC). Sound system works: AM/FM radio + cassette player (yes it’s a 1993!). Speakers in camper cabin work. Includes power cord + extension to plug into 120V.